A WEEK OF UNIVERSAL PRAYER

It was decided by the World Council of Churches at the Assembly in Evanston, Illinois, that the week of January 18 to 25, 1955, be set aside as one of universal prayer. During this week Christian people throughout the land and many in far-off lands will turn to God in prayer, each in his individual way, according to his degree of spiritual understanding.

Some Christians may find it difficult to put their prayer into words, but they will reach out to God in unvoiced imploring. This prayer of intercession does not return void; it is effective and comforting. Others will affirm, with heartfelt conviction, the all-presence, all-power, and supreme wisdom of divine Love and experience its corrective and sustaining influence. They will maintain man's unbroken relationship with God and cling to the spiritual concept of life as taught in the Bible and interpreted by "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" and the other published works of Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science.

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